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pa·ren·tal

 (pə-rĕn′tl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a parent.
2. Genetics Of or designating the generation of organisms from which hybrid offspring are produced.

pa·ren′tal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.parentally - in a parental manner
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The amended federal statute is clear: "No parentally placed private school child with a disability has an individual right to receive some or all of the special education and related services that the child would receive if enrolled in a public school.
Apart from tablets many healthcare physicians prescribe injectable glass ampules of Vitamin D which apart from parentally can be given orally.
Joint modeling of parentally reported and physician-confirmed wheeze identifies children with persistent troublesome wheezing.
Closely cropped and as starkly flash-lit as crime-scene documentation, these images simultaneously evoke parentally imposed time-outs and low-rent LA anomie.
There are also reports of social harassments directed towards parentally bereaved children through direct or indirect taunting (Cain & LaFreineire 2015).
However, his presentation was more acute and progressive since he was born of non-consanguineous parentally and there was no family history, acquired cause of similar presentation was looked into.
Ciprofloxacin and Vitamin A injections which were given parentally to all the animals irrespective of grouping in present study supported the ocular therapy.
Therefore, it is possible that some parentally placed children with disabilities will not receive any services while others will.
In Labetalol group, Injection labetalol was administered parentally by repeated intravenous injection.
Our employer's parents parentally detached years ago, going absent.
Parentally bereaved children and post-traumatic growth: Insights from an ethnographic study of a UK childhood bereavement service.
Holding parents so they can hold their children: Grief work with surviving spouses to support parentally bereaved children.